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If you've been looking for a new minivan, you've probably discovered not many manufacturers are moving away from creating new models. What once was an American staple has been replaced by the explosion of SUVs. However, as a van lover yourself, you know just the versatility of a minivan and how it offers features you're just not going to find anywhere else. It's roomy, with space for both passengers and cargo. It's also why Kia continues to produce the Sedona. There is really no other model that can compete with a minivan since it combines the benefits of both a passenger vehicle and an SUV. So whether you have a growing family or just want a vehicle with added space, the 2020 Kia Sedona may just be the perfect vehicle for you.
The 2020 Kia Sedona has an initial MSRP of $27,600. This is for the base trim. If you opt for the top-tier SX trim, the starting MSRP is $41,500.
No matter the trim you decide to go with, Kia offers the same engine. This is a 3.3L V6. The V6 can produce 276 horsepower and 248 lb-ft of torque. Those performance numbers will be the same across the board regardless of the trim you spring for. Most of the upgrades are technology and comfort features you'll find on the interior of the minivan (as well as a few exterior elements such as fenders and sunroofs).
Cargo space will be again universal throughout the different trims. When all three rows of seats are upright, you will have 33.9 cubic feet of cargo space. With the back row folded down, you increase this cargo space to 78.4 cubic feet. Should you need to max out your cargo space, you will boost this number to 142 cubic feet. This is more than almost every SUV on the market, and no sport utility vehicle will be able to compete with 142 cubic feet of cargo space at the same price point.
Minivans are not necessarily designed for towing. The primary focus is on moving people and cargo within the vehicle. However, when you have a V6, there is always some towing potential. With the 2020 Kia Sedona, you have a max towing capability of 3,500 pounds. Even if you don't opt for an optional trailer hitch when buying the Sedona, it can be easily added later, and we can help you install it. This is enough towing potential to hook up a moving trailer or a pop-up camper. While it won't be the kind of vehicle you hook large boats up to, the 3,500 pounds is enough to do most of the smaller attachments and gear you'll want to take with you. So whether you're heading out on the family road trip to Florida or you need to haul some lawn care equipment, the 2020 Kia Sedona is up for the task.
If you're going to be spending any amount of time in your van, you will want several entertainment features. This becomes even more important when you have kids. Because let's face it, nobody likes ornery kids in the back seat while attempting to navigate rush hour traffic. With the 2020 Kia Sedona, you will have plenty of different entertainment options based on the trim you select, so you and your family will feel more comfortable during long drives.
The base trim comes with AM/FM stereo, an AUX input for connecting your favorite external audio devices (including your smartphone or tablet) via a 3.5mm headphone jack. Of course, not every device has a headphone jack any longer, but the Sedona also can pair with your device via Bluetooth.
The top-tier trim comes with an abundance of entertainment features. In addition to what comes standard on the base model, it has plenty of features that will keep you and all of your passengers entertained for miles.
The leading feature is a UVO eServices infotainment system that has an 8-inch color touch-screen display, built-in Navigation (so you don't have to use your phone's data), SiriusXM Traffic and HD Radio, and also has AM and FM radio. As for your sound system? Audiophiles will be obsessed with the Sedona's Harman Kardon surround sound system. This will allow you to listen to your favorite songs, audiobooks, podcasts, or radio stations at the highest quality.
You'll find a number of safety features on the 2020 Kia Sedona. The base model comes with a driver, front head, front side, passenger, and rear head airbags. The van also comes with four-wheel ABS and disc brakes, plus brake assist, electronic stability control, traction control, child safety locks, daytime running lights, and integrated turn signal mirrors. With the top-tier trim, the 2020 Kia Sedona comes standard with all the same features, plus lane departure warning, cross-traffic alert, and blind-spot monitoring.
Sometimes you just want to know what the main difference is between each trim. Now, there are a number of tweaks and alterations between the different trims, but we want to give you the main changes when you are comparing each of the trims.
With the L, which is the base model, it comes with Slide-n-Stow second-row seats. It also uses Tricot Fabric seats with YES Essentials Fabric Treatment. This will help not only extend the life of your seats so there is less wear and tear, but it will also help keep your seats clean and stain free. This is great if you travel with children or if you travel with your pets frequently.
On the LX trim the upgraded features include dual power sliding rear doors, rear privacy glass (slightly tinted glass), eight-passenger seating with a three-passenger second row (of course you can always keep this as dual passenger seats if you want), plus an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat and a six-speaker system that includes dash-mounted tweeters. You also have access to several additional paint colors. The L trim has three color options, while the LX gives you six colors to choose from (the EX and SX also offer six color options).
The EX trim comes with several upgraded features found both on the interior and exterior of the vehicle. This includes 18-inch alloy wheels that have a silver finish. The Blind Spot Collision Warning safety feature becomes standard with this trim, as does heated front seats (which is amazing during the cold winters here in Jersey), plus leather seat trim. The roof rails make it substantially easier to increase your cargo-carrying potential. Whether you want to tie down a kayak or you're interested in adding a container on the roof, the roof rails make all of this that much easier. The EX also comes with smart sliding rear doors.
Last but not at all the least is the SX. The SX features LED headlights and LED fog lights. These lights increase visibility and also do not wear out like traditional bulbs. The smart power liftgate comes on this trim, and the 18-inch alloy wheels come with a machined finish instead of the silver finish on the EX. You will also receive an upgraded Harman Kardon Premium Sound System. This way, you can listen to your favorite music with a sound system built with quality in mind.